Last updated 6:02AM ET
July 27, 2016
PRI's The World: 07/26/2016 Today, we head straight to the Democratic National Convention, where we dig deep on immigration and the different ways the two parties talk about it. Also, an ISIS "hit list" contains the name of a number of US officials, including state and local officials in Massachusetts. Plus, we'll hear about fossil fuel divestment underway in Newcastle.
PRI's The World: 07/25/2016 Did Russian hackers really steal emails from the Democratic National Committee? We investigate. Also we hear about Western journalists' frustration with trying to report out of Afghanistan and Turkey. Plus, how authentic is Disney's new Latina Princess?
PRI's The World: 07/22/2016 A shooting attack in Munich has resulted in several deaths at a shopping mall. Also, "Americanism, not globalism" was how Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump described his party's credo Thursday night. But what exactly does "Americanism" mean? Plus, a couple of food stalls in Singapore earn the famed Michelin stars.
French church attack: Faith leaders call for more security Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Buddhist representatives call for more security at places of worship after the jihadist murder of an elderly priest in his own church.
US election: Bill Clinton backs 'best friend' Hillary to lead US Former US President Bill Clinton argues why his wife and "best friend" Hillary should lead the nation, in a very personal speech at the Democratic convention.
Ice Bucket Challenge funds gene discovery in ALS (MND) research The Ice Bucket Challenge that went viral in 2014 has funded the discovery of an important gene in the neurodegenerative disease ALS, the ALS Association says.
Makeover of landmark urban mall in Philadelphia brings mixed reviews
One critic says the changes are "almost like retail gentrification."
Checking in with a different Philly
The DNC is underway in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, But what's going on in Philadelphia, Tennessee?
Donald Trump Jr. says unemployment numbers are 'artificial,' but that's a lie
You can disagree about the health of the economy, but to say the Bureau of Labor Statistics makes stuff up is baseless.